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Monday 11 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Mental health awareness

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Lockdown left Lewis Hamilton questioning his Formula One future
The star admitted to struggling for motivation during the coronavirus pandemic.
'I was terrified of my own voice:' GBBO's Kim-Joy on life with severe social anxiety
‘I feared rejection so much.’
Lady Gaga 'beyond devastated' over sudden death of Born This Way co-star Zombie Boy
‘We must save each other.’
Marian Keyes and Louise O'Neill shared the most insensitive things said about their mental illness
Irish students' mental health video seen by over four million people in America
ABC’s flagship show Good Morning America showed clips of the video during an interview with Michael Bublé.
Opinion: I was hurting inside but was worried I'd be seen as a weirdo, a freak, if I spoke up
After suffering in silence with a mental illness for many years, I finally realised that I had nothing to be ashamed of.
Opinion: We are never alone, even on our worst days
I’m beginning to understand myself, to accept that it’s OK to feel sad, to feel angry, to feel scared. Nobody is happy all the time.
'One Year, No Beer' - Westmeath footballer raises €7,000 for mental health awareness
Stephen Gilmore will be hoping for a double celebration this weekend
Column: Budgeting our depression? Funding cuts are disastrous to mental health
Cuts to medical card allowances and social welfare payments have a direct impact on peoples’ the mental health – I know because I am one of those affected, writes Kate Bellamy.
Column: 'I saw him pull himself up onto the railing of the footbridge'
Mental health issues still carry stigma and shame in our society – why? The real shame belongs to those who pretend these problems don’t exist, writes Aisling Twomey.
Column: Mental illness isn’t abnormal – it’s part of being human
Campaigner John McCarthy died yesterday. Here, the director of See Change writes about why we need to talk about mental health now more than ever.